About #64 - 100 Pesetas type 1907
Spain. Bank of Spain. 1906-1915 Issues. Date: 15.07.1907. Dimensions: 131 x 91 mm. Material: paper. Watermark: no. Printer: Bradbury Wilkinson & Company, London. No security thread. Put into circulation: 00.08.1926. Full color front and back printing, predominantly black, green, red, yellow and blue. Texts in Spanish. Description of the front: frame composed of small patterns and rosettes with the value "100" in the upper corners. In the center at the top, the issuing institute "EL BANCO DE ESPAÑA" and a medallion with the profile portrait of Christopher Columbus. Below, the words "Pagará al portador (will pay to the bearer)" and the value in letters "CIEN PESETAS". On the side, a seated young woman (allegory of Wisdom) holds an open book and a pen and in the other hand, a torch. The bannote number is printed in black on the right. The place, date of issue and signatures are printed in black above the value "100" in red and green. A single combination of signatures with El Gobernador (The Governor), El Interventor (The Comptroller) and El Cajero (The Cashier). Description of the back: composition of rosettes in blue, yellow and orange with the value "100" repeated in the corners. In the center, a square with palm trees in front of the Cathedral of Seville. Texts in Spanish. The numbering is repeated four times in black. The specimen is known to be perforated "SPECIMEN" horizontally and numbered 0,000,000. Another type of specimen is known to be perforated "CANCELLED" horizontally. 12,000,000 issued notes.